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Lay’s unveils sweet and spicy honey-flavoured chips
Phoebe Fraser

Phoebe Fraser

22 February 2024

Lay’s unveils sweet and spicy honey-flavoured chips

Frito-Lay North America, a division of PepsiCo, has expanded its portfolio with its latest launch, Lay's Sweet & Spicy Honey-flavoured chips. The new chips blend sweet and spicy flavours together to create what Lay’s describes as a “swicy” honey flavour. "Lay's is always on the lookout for the latest trends to inspire our next potato chip flavours. From condiments to cocktails to restaurant menus, the ‘swicy’ food trend is everywhere now, so we're excited to bring this unique combination of flavours to life in potato chip form for fans of sweet heat." The chips are available at retailers across the US in both single- and sharing-sized packs.

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